Venus and Serena Williams ‘slay together’ kicking off Miami Art Basel opening event at Pace Gallery
Venus continues her hobby of exploring art, attends the Miami Art Basel event with family and friends.
(L) Venus Williams and (R) Serena Williams (Screengrab/Instagram)
American tennis player and legend Venus Williams recently posted a picture of herself attending an art event. The 7 time Grand Slam champion was at Art Basel along with her sister, Serena Williams, and a couple of her friends while admiring the collections from different places.
The elder of the Williams sisters kicked off an art event, and expressing her delight in witnessing art, the former World No.1 wrote,
One of the things I love about art is its ability to transcend time, culture, and industries. This evening was a meeting of the minds to create space and opportunity for collaboration between the worlds of art, sports, and beyond.Venus Williams on X
The 5 time Wimbledon champion attended the Art event in Miami along with the 23-time Grand Slam winning sister, Serena Williams, with both wearing elegant all-black outfits. Venus has always been a deep admirer of art and design and has collaborated with Pace Gallery and its artists on several projects over the years.
The Miami Art Basel is an annual event where hundreds of artists from around the globe get to display their creative talents and artworks to a crowd consisting of celebrities, sportspersons, art collectors, etc.
A look at Venus Williams’ 2023 season
The former World No.1 has had a shaky season this year on Tour. The 43-year-old did not have such a great campaign at the ASB Classic in January, crashing out in the second round of the tournament. She was plagued with an injury for the majority part of the year and was back again to winning her first match after a long time in June at the Rothesay Classic.
The 7 time Grand Slam champion has also not played in any competitive match since the US Open. The World No. 409 is now reaching the last stage of her career. She has proven herself to be one of the greatest and toughest female tennis players of all time.
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